The Constitution is a pretty planned out, organized and well put thought out document that holds strong bases for the future of America, which is unlike the Articles of Confederation. The constitution is definetly more detailed and well put together, which helps with any questionable steps that would lead to any future problems that may come up. For instance, the Articles of Confederation gives us Congress, “Unicameral”. The Constitution gives us Congress, and it also divides it into the Senate and the House of Representatives, which makes two and more balanced in power. Also similarly, the Articles of Confederation give one vote per state when it comes to congress, where as the Constitution is more specific and ordered, giving us one vote per Representative or Senator. abandon the statutes of the British monarchy and plan an organized government. After the Revolutionary War, the United States still had a major task with alot of work to do ahead of them. They had to try and form a new government that would satisfy the demands of the people while trying to ensure the success of their nation. The Articles of Confederation was the first system of government that was proposed and put into effect. This attempt at creating a system that protected the people form a strong central government eventually failed but was an important step in the development of the current government system. The weaknesses presented by the Articles of Confederation helped lead to new reforms that made the Constitution successful. Both the Articles and the Constitution demonstrate the struggles that the colonists went through with the British and their desire to establish a new and improved free government.